482, 20 May 2002
visit to Leeds
minister of Namibia Hage Geingob recently came to Leeds
in his professional capacity although he's more
accustomed to attending the University as a student.
no MIS print
IT training for local print and packaging companies
is being offered by a team in the school of process,
environmental and materials engineering.
government and the funding council have been criticised
for not fully funding the improvements shown by the
RAE 2001, in a report by the House of Commons science
and technology select committee.
nursing professor Clare Hale has been questionning the
government's plans for healthcare education.
a larger share
Innovations has put more than advice into Leeds/UMIST
spin-off Industrial Tomography Systems (ITS) by acquiring
shares in the company.
of human rights law Colin Harvey has been appointed
to the Northern Ireland Higher Education Council.
consultancy firm Atkins and the University's institute
for corporate learning have signed a partnership to
provide consultancy and training to the private and
now have a single blanket licence for multiple copying,
following a ruling by the Copyright Tribunal.
students scooped prizes in the recent national student